IGeLU 2010 Annual Conference Presentations

The archive of presentations and posters at the 5th IGeLU Conference in Ghent, 30th August – 1st September 2010.

Some of the PWG and SIWG Business meeting and Ex Libris Product Update reports are available to members only.

General & cross-product

Can Pay, Will Pay: Online Payment of Library Charges at the University of Plymouth – Denise Brown, University of Plymouth, UK

Integrating MetaLib and SFX into the Andalusian Public Health System Virtual Library – Teresa Matamoros Casas, Information Technologies, Biblioteca Virtual del Sistema Sanitario Público de Andalucía

Joined up thinking: interoperability and opportunitiesMargaret Feetham, Deputy University Librarian (Information Services and Systems), Southampton Solent University, UK

Maximising use of resources – The marriage behind a reading list system and Ex Libris products – Peter Price, Library Management Systems Manager, University of Plymouth, UK

MetaLib & Primo: Working side by side – Stefan Lohrum, KOBV, Germany

Mobilise UGent – Patrick Hochstenbach, Digital Architect, Ghent University, Belgium

Open Shibboleth session – Jiří Pavlík, CESNET / Charles University in Prague

(re)Cycling Metadata, from carrier pigeon to more sophisticated methods – Bas Vat, Project Manager / Consultant Library Systems, Leiden University Library, Theo Engelman, Senior Systems Librarian, Utrecht University Library

Rolling Red Carpet – Peter Price, Library Systems Manager, University of Plymouth, UK

Stats out of the closet – Using Management Information – Peter Price, Library Management Systems Manager, University of Plymouth, UK

UBA Mobile – University of Amsterdam Library goes mobile – Roxana Popistasu, System administrator/consultant, Library of the University of Amsterdam, Lukas Koster, Library Systems Coordinator, Library of the University of Amsterdam


Directionally challenged – Esther Guggenheim, Bibliographic Systems Librarian, National Library of Israel


The on-the-fly conversion circus – Matthias Gross, Head of Bavarian Virtual Library, Bavarian State Library, Munich, Germany

Enhancing DigiTool with a new METS/ALTO viewer – Yves Maurer, Head of Digitisation, National Library of Luxembourg (and some Screenshots of live demo)


The Early Adopter – Primo Version 3 and Primo Central – Habib Tabatabai, Director of Systems and Technical Services, University of Central Oklahoma, US

Primo in Austria: maximising functionality and minimising individual efforts by resource sharing within a homogenous consortium – Hamedinger, Volfgang and Victor Babitchev, Chief Analyst, The Austrian Library Network and Service Ltd

Primo v.2 and v.3 experience at Yonsei University – Lee Won Sang, System Librarian, Yonsei University Library

Where users look: implications for information delivery through Primo – Tom Ruthven, Digital Library Innovation and Development Manager, University of New South Wales

Large, medium, small – How much information do our patrons need in Primo?Christian Hänger, Head of library IT, Mannheim University


The SFX Administrator’s Perl 101 – Mathias Kratzer, Deputy Head of Bavarian Virtual Library, Bavarian State Library, Munich, Germany

Taking a closer look: Analysis of SFX holdings – Liesbeth Oskamp, Online Services Manager, National Library of The Netherlands


Enhancing life-long learning – Lightening Talk – Richard Cross, eService Manager, Nottingham Trent University

Onix-Export from VERDE – Lightening Talk – Andreas Sabisch, Verde Project leader; IT-manager, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Verde Customer Survey 2010 – Lightening Talk – Laura Morse, ELUNA Steering Committee, Harvard University, US


Mobile-ising the Library (Find it at: http://prezi.com/g6tcewvhnklj/mobile-izing-the-library-igelu10/) – David Friggens, Systems Librarian, University of Waikato

Room bookings / media scheduling booking screen – booking a seat on the Voyage – Peter Price, Library Management Systems Manager, University of Plymouth, UK

Weeding Fees – Eevaliisa Colb & Toni Vallden, Information Systems Specialists, Helsinki University Library, Finland


Hybrid course-readings system: Aleph + in-house development – Yosef Branse, Database and Programming Coordinator, University of Haifa Library, Israel

IGeLU A-Z – Peter Klien, The Austrian Library Network and Service Ltd

Exercises in democracy: uncovering the mysteries of IGeLU elections
– Peter Klien, The Austrian Library Network and Service Ltd

OpenAIRE – Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe – Inge Van Nieuwerburgh,  Ghent University Library

IGeLU and conference business

IGeLU Update & Chair’s ReportJiri Kende, IGeLU Chair, Free University of Berlin

Welcome remarks, Ghent hosts – Sylvia Van Peteghem, Chief Librarian, Ghent University Library

Ex Libris presentations and product updates

For all Ex Libris updates and presentations from IGeLU 2010 please go to the Ex Libris Documentation Center.